Fan art of the Revival Series Doctors.
Fan art of the Revival Series Doctors.
Plot twist: The next companion is a normal girl/boy who only dies once in their lifetime and has no remarkable back story but he thinks they’re wonderful because they are human and the Doctor needs reminding that you don’t need to be a mystery to be remarkable.
so basically we want Donna back
I’m not even over Donna, how do you expect me to be over River.
Doctor Who Season 7-Graves
There is some evil in all of us, Doctor, even you.
I’m Clara Oswald. I’m the Impossible Girl. I was born to save the Doctor.
The look on her face in the first one, she completely accepted that she was going to die alone. That Henry was with his family and she was going to have no one to cling to when she died. She fucking accepted it. Because all she has ever been is second place or not good enough strong enough anything enough. My heart just aches for this woman. I am so thankful, that they finally let us see Henry choose Regina over anybody else. He knew they were going to die. He hugged his family and then went and wrapped his arms around who he wanted to be with at the very end. Who he wanted to be with in her last moments. He said goodbye and he went to her and clung to her and everything that he didn’t say, didn’t need to be said because his actions said everything Regina needed to hear her whole entire life. The breakdown moment. Is so fucking powerful. It is a woman telling her son she is sorry she isn’t strong enough to save everyone, to be his hero, and in the same moment it is a woman finally getting the love she deserves and being completely overwhelmed by it. Wanting so badly to just let go of the trigger and hug him back. The struggle is so evident on her face, in her voice, everything. This moment, no matter if this show gets 10 seasons, this moment will forever be the most powerful thing I have ever seen. She didn’t just prove to everyone that she did good, did the right thing, she proved it to herself. She proved it to herself and her son coming to her, to be with her when she died, with his arms around her, made it absolutely real. She didn’t have to just think it to herself, or hear anyone say it, in that moment it was proven beyond a shadow of a doubt.
Congratulations show, you got it really, really right.
How can you not love her?
First World Cat Problems.
Funny, Alice somehow has ALL THESE PROBLEMS.
Those who say the Black Widow’s fighting style is just movie bullshit can see the above. ^ Shit is terrifyingly real.
I think I’m in love.
She’s so tiny.
But she could kill me.
I will reblog this flying head scissors every time it comes on my dash because it’s so fucking awesome.
- What OTPs in your fandom(s) do you just not get?
- Are there any popular fandom OTPs you only BroTP?
- Any fandoms that don’t appeal to you?
- Have you ever unfollowed someone? Why?
- Do you have a NoTP in [insert fandom here]?
- Has fandom ever ruined a pairing for you?
- Is there anything you used to like, but now can’t stand?
- Unpopular opinion about [insert fandom here]?
- Have you received anon hate? What about?
Pros-and-cons of Sherlock and Elementary, rebloggable by request
Something that I really wanted to add about Elementary v. Sherlock that’s really important to remember when keeping them both in the context of the books is the characterisation of Holmes;
In canon, Holmes was not an asshole. He sometimes screwed up, because he’s peculiar and brilliant and has a bit (ha ha) of an ego, but if he offended someone he cares about (not just Watson, but clients & near-strangers who didn’t deserve the abuse), he regrets it.
He has a massive heart; it’s half the reason he solves crimes.
- Sherlock doesn’t seem to even touch Sherlock’s humanity outside of John.
- Elementary handles it brilliantly. Sherlock has a heart, and while he often steels himself, he is very much human. And when Sherlock screws up, Watson holds him accountable for it.
I agree with this 110%.